Say goodbye to the 7.3L Power Stroke turbodiesel engine. More than 2 million installations after it debuted nine years ago, the final 7.3L Power Stroke will be hoisted into a Ford E-Series van next month. The first fullsize Ford van to see the replacement engine – a more powerful 6.0L Power Stroke that bowed in the ’03 Ford Super Duty and Ford Excursion – is scheduled for assembly in December at Ford Motor Co.’s plant in Lorain, OH. Torque output from the 7.3L Power Stroke is ...

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